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Propaganda and Ad Posters of the 1940s

Dresden, Tonhalle, Theateraufführung (1945)
Dresden, Tonhalle, Theateraufführung (1945)
Cannes Film Festival (1946)
Cannes Film Festival (1946)
Train to be a nurse’s aide – Phone your boro Civilian Defense Volunteer Office. (1941)
Train to be a nurse’s aide – Phone your boro Civilian Defense Volunteer Office. (1941)
Borden’s Milk’s War Bonds – The War’s All Over But The Fighting (1944)
Borden’s Milk’s War Bonds – The War’s All Over But The Fighting (1944)
Map poster (1942)
Map poster (1942)
Foote Bros.’s Army Navy "E" – For Aiding America On Many Fronts (1943)
Foote Bros.’s Army Navy "E" – For Aiding America On Many Fronts (1943)
Jobs – get the facts about occupations – free classes for young men and women 16 to 25 yrs. – National Youth Administration of Illinois / Dusek. (1941)
Jobs – get the facts about occupations – free classes for young men and women 16 to 25 yrs. – National Youth Administration of Illinois / Dusek. (1941)
Dallas Railway & Terminal Company’s 5th War Loan – Help Us Hit The Enemy!-And Hit Him Hard (1944)
Dallas Railway & Terminal Company’s 5th War Loan – Help Us Hit The Enemy!-And Hit Him Hard (1944)
Public National Bank’s 7th War Loan – The Valor And Sacrifice (1945)
Public National Bank’s 7th War Loan – The Valor And Sacrifice (1945)
General Tire & Rubber Company’s War Bonds – This Christmas – GIVE WAR BONDS (1943)
General Tire & Rubber Company’s War Bonds – This Christmas – GIVE WAR BONDS (1943)
Werbung für die SA (1944)
Werbung für die SA (1944)
National Supply Company’s Army Navy "E" – We’re Mighty Proud, Uncle Sam... (1943)
National Supply Company’s Army Navy "E" – We’re Mighty Proud, Uncle Sam... (1943)
Public forum – Eric Grimwade, journalist and commentator, will discuss focal points of the world crisis / designed & made by Iowa Art Program, W.P.A. (1940)
Public forum – Eric Grimwade, journalist and commentator, will discuss focal points of the world crisis / designed & made by Iowa Art Program, W.P.A. (1940)
Variou’s Polish Day – Nazis Invaded Poland On Sept. 1st 1939 (1943)
Variou’s Polish Day – Nazis Invaded Poland On Sept. 1st 1939 (1943)